03-02-2015, 03:27 PM
All settings Class 10 Board exams from March 2 to March 10 to begin secondary Education (CBSE) Central Committee. According to figures released by CBSE, a total of 13,73,853 candidates have registered for the examination of which 5,55,912 and 8,17,941 women candidates are male candidates. The 14,047 school students will participate in them, and the central state grants 684 3,537 students polymerization summary examination organized by the Centre.
The total center, 606 allocated to local students, where 605 centers were given to them the previous year. Reservations foreign students meet standards have been allocated a total increase of 70 centers from 61 centers in the year 2014, the number of visually impaired candidates in the center of the center in 2014 remains unchanged 8 -15.
This year, the students are enabled to extend help and inquiries CBSE. Some service providers are ─
1. Centralized toll free to visit India
Students can call the toll-free telephone number to any part of the 1800 118 004 hotline from that country will focus CBSE visit. While the general query operators will be answered by the students in the case of test-related anxiety or stress is connected to the principal or counselor.
Children special abilities counseling
CBSE has arranged for the sixth year advising specialized ability to take care of children's needs and special children's anxiety.
2. Answer column
Experts answer CBSE students through weekly published in national newspapers like Hindustan Times (HT Horizons Education), Hindus, Malyalam Marlowe and Amar Ujala query answers questions during a February column.
3. Online Counseling
Online counseling, you can contact [email protected] and [email protected]
Relevant information about the exam and skills to deal with test anxiety is also provided through the microscopic contact hotline CBSE website http://www.cbse.nic.in.